Our Infertility Story: Another Disappoinment (IUI Round Three)

19 thoughts on “Our Infertility Story: Another Disappoinment (IUI Round Three)”

  1. 😦 Warm thoughts going your way from Maine.

    “New evidence suggests that stress does affect fertility. A recent study found that women with high levels of alpha-amylase, an enzyme that correlates with stress, have a harder time getting pregnant.”


  2. Ugh with the stress comment above. As if we don’t know that and having someone say it just stresses us more. I hope you end up having a good birthday and recoup enough to fight again. Xo

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  3. Lots of prayers for you during this time. I completely understand your feelings. Thank you (as odd as it sounds ) because sadly I realize I’m not the only one going through and feeling the same emotions.

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  4. I am with you, I don’t know what pregnant feels like either. And we’ve also been trying for years. Just because it hasn’t happened yet, doesn’t mean it’s not going to happen. I’m sorry to learn about the outcome of this IUI. I did three IUIs in 2014 before I found out I had overt hypothyroidism. My TSH was at 21. I ask everyone this: have you gotten your thyroid checked?

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      1. No idea. Lol. I definitely have endometriosis, though. I had surgery to confirm in December. It’s the leading cause of Infertility in women, so hopefully I don’t have more than that to contend with. My doctor is a fertility specialist, with significant experience in his field, so I am fairly confident in his assessment. He told me my blood work results were really really good.

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  5. Happy Birthday!! I am ok. Thinking of you lots because I know what this time can be like and I hate to think of you going through it. I just want you to know that you are not on your own and that I am here if you need. Enjoy Saturday – you deserve to have some fun. Huge Hugs xxx


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